Those were our songs music of World War II.

Format: Music CD 2001
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 2 copies
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Cooper-Siegel Community Library Audio Visual CD THO EASY LISTENING
Location  Cooper-Siegel Community Library
Collection  Audio Visual
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Mt. Lebanon Public Library Music MISSING
Location  Mt. Lebanon Public Library
Collection  Music
Disc 1. I'll be with you in apple blossom time (Andrews Sisters)
Green eyes (Helen O'Connell)
Who wouldn't love you? (Kay Kyser)
Jersey bounce (Benny Goodman & his orchestra)
Cow-cow boogie (Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack)
A sleepy lagoon (Harry James & his orchestra)
Strip polka (Johnny Mercer)
I had the craziest dream (Helen Forrest)
Jukebox Saturday night (Tex Beneke & the Modernaires)
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition (Kay Kyser & his orchestra)
Boogie woogie bugle boy (Andrews Sisters)
I've heard that song before (Harry James & his orchestra)
Shoo-shoo baby (Ella Mae Morse)
Amor (Andy Russell)
Straighten up and fly right (Nat King Cole)
Long ago (and far away) (Jo Stafford)
G. I. jive (Johnny Mercer)
I'll walk alone (Martha Tilton)
It had to be you (Betty Hutton)
The trolley song (Pied Pipers)
Disc 2. Rum and Coca-cola (Andrews Sisters)
Candy (Johnny Mercer with Jo Stafford & the Pied Pipers)
Sentimental journey (Les Brown and his Band of Renown)
Dream (Pied Pipers)
Chattanooga choo choo (Ray Anthony & his orchestra)
Chloe (Song of the swamp) (Spike Jones & his City Slickers)
On the Atchison, Topeka & the Santa Fe (Johnny Mercer & the Pied Pipers)
Tampico (Stan Kenton & his orchestra)
Waiting for the train to come in (Peggy Lee)
It's been a long, long time (Harry James & his orchestra)
Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief (Betty Hutton)
Jingle, jangle, jingle (Kay Kyser)
The hut-sut song (Freddy Martin & his orchestra)
Mr. Five-by-Five (Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack)
It's only a paper moon (Nat King Cole)
Do nothin' 'til you hear from me (Stan Kenton & his orchestra)
I love you (Jo Stafford)
Mairzy doats (Pied Pipers)
It might as well be spring (Dick Haymes)
Ac-cen-tchu-ate the positive (Johnny Mercer with the Pied Pipers).

Additional Information
Subjects Popular music -- 1941-1950.
Publisher Hollywood, Calif :Capitol,2001
Other Titles Music of World War II
Participants/Performers Popular songs, sung by various artists.
Language English
Notes Compact disc.
Program notes by Will Friedwald ([10] p.) inserted in container.
Description 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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